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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 26; 1913 THE DAILY HERALD MARKEIS LOCAL GRAIN MARKETS, No, 1 Northern 17 Ns. 2 .N'oithern It No 3 Northern 65 Northern 81 Ko. No. No. Northern 53 Red 13 Ko- 3 lied 19 No. 3 Bed 65 No- 4 Hed 59 No. 5 lied 51 Ko. 1 Alfalfa, per .............JU-50 No. 1 Timothy, per ion 1C.OO Timothy and Alfalfa mixed 15-00 Blue !5.W> Produce (Whvleaalo) New Potatoes, per Cabbage, per RO.................03} Tonstocs v.'.................. 12.1" Strawberries ...'.......13.25 Raspberries, per crate 3.75 SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES July tazh jrlccs'. on tha-'sratn market todty Kb.-l Northern.......-. Nc. 2 Northern..........', No. 3 Northern 87V No. BO No. 13 Feed'....... 6D f- No. 2 O. ..V...... 34 No.'SC.W. 33 .E-t. No.'l 33" No. 3-...'. ..t...... 46H 4 -Rejected No. 1 N.- W. C.'... 126 2 '112it OhJm Con.T. V KENNEDY'S GALAXY Of 'NOTICES FOOTBA1.L EXECUTIVE TOWOHT There will be a ipeclal of the City League, football (Ktcutlye tonight in We. YS.O.A, at 8.30. All club delegates.are urged to attend: important i 6 All Next Week Glorious f and Nights I] Attractions BSLEY TABER RUNNER. WANTS TO MEET TOM DONOGHUE Mr. T. H. MOM, Inform- ed the Herald that he Is .anxious fto meet the winner of road race trophy In a matched race. .Tom Donoghue, who 15-mile trophy oh .Day recently, mide It the Herald.that he ntinded to enter pWfeaelenal. rarikt, anil .Itiued a to all -Moss U jettjnj match bat'ls rM to r prefewori! fair., 'Moss rlHtad !o hea from Donoav. i1 le Is'k tered rwirn, K irut a rhatch cin be arranged. :V Under of lethbpidp Baseball football Clobs ir High Class 10 Attractions 5 Sensational Open PROGRESS OF SHOOTING AT B1SLEY Winnipeg, is the imly Cana- dlaa lUt the secud ol the jtajM Mci will be shot oft to- morrow. He secured this place after a tie Tin Najioaal challenge trophy, open to teams ot twenty from England, Irtlani, Scotland and Wales, seven shots at 300, 500 and COO yards, was won by England an aggregate ot 1895, Ireland was second with 1157, [Scotland third with 1853, and Wales last .with. 1867. The match being open to retired territorials' from Ireland or Wales, four Canadians, Staff Sergeant, Free- born, Sergeant Steel, rotate Hawk- Ins and Sergeant Carr, shot on the Irish team and were the top scorers ol the twenty representatives, th; scores' being as follows Freeborn 100, Steele 100, Hawkins 56, Care 95. The shoot-oft took place tonight among the 23.competitors tor thi the four want places among thi hundred who will shoot oft' in th final stage tomorrow. Ono Canadian Captain' Crow, (riielph, was amon lUtey (tamp, July 25. Private I of fifteen shots each at nine hundred ot Cararroa High.-14nd cue thousand yards. Tv.enty- hree men, including Captain Crowe, t Gudph, are tied at 181 and ehoot ft tonight for the four bottom plac- s in tne one hundred. Canada, thfre- ore, has mea certain in the as against tut four last and eight In 1811, 1'tlvate Clit- ord, ot Toronto, the King's prize. Australia lias made a capital rec- ord. Fourteen reacted the second stage, and ot these, nine made an ag- two The gregate of ISO and over, and "boot off for bottom places. Australians shoot slowly. On other hand, UtnroucdseD, medalibt, is oco of the quietest shots at Bislcy, firing immediately the tar- get appears, and imperturbable under almost any Canadians won range at 601 yards In the King's first stage as follows Steele, thirtr-siith, J5 llawkici, JevrMieth, in the EUtagloa spe- cial prizes, Parker, thlity-niutb, WOB 55. The China challenge cup, open to teams ol ten representing borne ter- ritorial districts, ten shots at 6W yscds, was won by the Glasgow ieani. beating Edinburgh by three points. The' Chesylesmore cup, a rapid fir- ing competition, was won by EnaHrif, July H. Dlxon, of England, won fjrvt'tct In, the Davis Cup -douT trin.iliarlefE. MoLouahlln ind 'H. Hackett, Urilted by 7JV.. _ and HackeK won The Barrett and Dlx- 6-2. MoLoughiln Vnd the fourth, and wen the matth. "-Private'' Queen's .WMtmin- last; yearVrKlrig's Prize' 'only abla to obtain-'seventh place, .with, of -321, of 325 '3'-'-' vas'orlglnaliy-ioar-the 'te list, first- visit H i His Ecdro js.not'a Vi .-la'... high one; being flvblowi vatp-PultonVlasl year. 1 f ford, won.with 319 .-.'-The'rc his'-Jic-en .no.Bcore in'tlie pre-. '-vlofis to" 1910. higher thari By'; a-- V1 arid on i. i? t- i. (ompotltor ii..... i Vsiing SMKATOON. Y.M.C.A.- LACapSSE TEAM: BEAT; N.! B.ATTLEFOR'P Saskatoon, July Saskatoon Y.-M.C.A. 'lacrosse-, S" S-> tle'no_rtjiera I'..- I .'in .1 i I'1 -eel Resina'in C' 1' v Featuring' Nick Chdk j aulla in ;'the' I trap loop thb loop..j 5 ngs, .JV The ,.i heir V-..--I: S.21 IrtrnuUbJIIty (Xe'w'.Torii Sun) '.P.'-''" r! ;Vi? rc-t V.'ff--irilr.z nni '-si' i ii i W- if'r.1 Bennuda.cJuljr-SS.V-'I team. Iclce d teSm "pi' colored Jplayers -.'by1 i t6'223..iThe Australians il1 'a JOHNNY... And Jump- ing ors.wcurujg the (our vacant places ere as (oltows CorjVraU.' SirapVins, Nottingham, 5 Sergftnt Bilet, Dorset, 3t Prl- ate Kkilton, tondon Rines, 34 Sergeant, Carini 35. TntrWere tout.'tled .with thlrty- .Sergeant'Cann secured tbe lice OB' the shoot-oft. 'Tbe'toHbyinj "eight Canadiaaj will Ehoot today, in tbe final stage ol he Kiog'i prSif, fifteen. shots each at M. aid yirdj, which gives a icuibie 61 '.one; hundred and fitly 'vH-.V.FAN DURINQ GAME .Hasiisi To iif uV Into a high itate. b( afternoon, be- cauaeTiw Rapids, ball team'. was losifii jn the' fourth inning ,'4.5, was strjcijei 'dled.before .an; knew what had hap- an Invalidate. TENNIS .RESULTS _ that.'staje. The ag'pegate it' tais added-'on rto the, a'ggre: the.first two stages', gives the winning .n 5V Private .HawHss.'. Toronto 194 fJeeh London- 191 Private'.benholm; Winilpej Sergt. ISO Lleat ____ ________Ottawa. _ Sergt. La'tnaa, 188 Captaip Ci'ostf 187 .oil tonight and may get .top'-aggregatef made by is 196; and he. with I1 at .195, are_tbe men ahe'ad ol Canada's J-" eienirof jlie day .was the -r, 'ssj-na-rtne t ('.aaiUhs. ir' I luh t! I; c'.W V Third Coldstrtam Guards, the theHides being second. The J. H. Steward challenge cup, seven shots at 603 yards, by Drlnvley, ot the Fourth SuRollfs. Private Denholm, .Ninnipij, tuelitb, YTBX SPECIAL A Teal delicate" Liqueur Scotch of creamy.- light ia cbtricta delectsble. THE'. FINEST-- PRODUCED, f IBS 's I'.'.-'P. V W. M. J LS, i, i-'-l. II 'A. N1'-. P cSiamplohBhlp- ;wijj tie' played to-V Angel 406716? New A'o'rlf f rounos m 3 ndn arfeni, on Aujust 350 turid atraije K ,of: thi world of 32 rai'road can i i of the be i.TfL medalist ine Miioi fell-to- day .10 Fourth Royal '.Scots winner of the bionie'Srnedal last f Wednesd ay made "at three hundred yards, and Elx'hUEdred, arid, these'added-on.to the one hua- first Something Doing the Entire Week itcrarwhip K Willie1 C.s-v, 'as n c'witedy.by r.'.i ..'md r. I i iuapic'l ai .'i Aiii.r1., j- ch.U-vc. I tin r Vi.. l.-H'k r-nalr at a I-.JJK a and he vf the fa- oid (o old- IKIT. a- kai.af dafnited Nel HJB a of iklt ihe.rMtulsn famout for to- H. .Caranah J..' Ws Pearsf, Peard. j Province is growing f! tome chpite cigar tobaccos, these irt.belnsftuitivaN.'.Ntw are being- sweet and rnild ,-v- Sergt. i Bullock, Toronto apt. Crove, Oiielph >te. Denholm, Sergt.. Guffiaus, ptlawa. te'. Hawkins, 'T6r6nt6.. Sergt. Htwley, Winnipeg 47. 40 183 HaIi- Sergt. M. .tta.'' Sergt. 46 188 London''! 48 ,44" 191 Hatelwr, Cliarlet Npff, D McNabb'; E.'KetrBS, .W. Bull''and ;Ar tin'r V fnienUon of th yeferaos to boost tar' tW reitrrtnMloi at Hn. XpVJCB 'fROM OREAT BATSVfcn where they !.s" Cobbr-Hlt. era anywhere au4 then .'rTMli'Baktr-HK-'em wtMK ttey W. f 'J choict 'SaaU Clara tobaccos, bttoded trarts liteMrtelW'can'blend them. Ctaro" geiBWoM i -v- MC. Jtqrtimer; Oltawa: 46 48 U9 47 43 .190 Lieut. i.: 40 "43 178 ergt; 47 44 188 Shoottlig U the', second stage was very close aiid after the. 300 y art j "it' -seen'' that some, 06 he Cahadians vert keeping .we] 1 to the interested group followed nery .shot rnen at.the tOO yard Individual .targets'pi leading Can- 'idianViat thlli v.ere 'as lows Denhoira 615 535 535 Ol i. 455 653 '.''.455 615 io'rtfmeir J35: 555 455'- 4 :'BallocX-Crowe'W Sleel had Mag pies spttokleii Wlldwirig ait'the additional prin- cipal lw >liii t. man PATHE LOOTED, MCowl stage .of-the King's 'Mhj London Cottnty 115 f'-PrlraW" ,15th London Scottish aW Private tor- 'Major .Varleyr, Hon. -At- 185. 01 i, 48th t with Wherever peop1'1 of tui.le gather together, Ken'- mcky's iav- o-ile w" C5 q.uliiy, W. H.' McBriyer's Whilkcy J....J call' .three Try whyl IS' 42 47 44 47 44 47 46 48 46 13th Ue ;